In Season 2, he called Drew on Thanksgiving (albeit after Zeek told him to). And in Season 5, he took care of a very drunk, very heartbroken Amber after her second devastating split from Ryan. But the first time viewers met Sarah's neighbor, he was bringing a sloshed twentysomething back to his place. Carl seemed to reform his playboy ways, telling Sarah "I may be falling for you," and he even invited her to go to Africa with him. Someone please tell me how this guy got the grades to go to medical school. Jim Kazinsky (Mike O'Malley): Sarah's high school classmate may have been a fox back in the day, but he wasn't her most attractive conquest.
However, the most telling moment of redemption came when Amber told her estranged pop to stop getting in the way of Sarah's on-again romance with Mark, and Seth did just that, despite his persistent feelings for her. Carl Fletcher (Josh Stamberg): Sure, Carl was super attractive. But when she told him she had an important deadline for a big photography assignment due at the same time, Carl was not very supportive. Thankfully, Hank talked some sense into Sarah, and she broke things off with Carl to get back on her "Year of Sarah" track. (Yes, that's superficial, sorry.) However, he always seemed to have his heart in the right place.
Even though the secret Ben Harper concert he suggested turned out to be not-so-secret, he still got them all in thanks to his connections, and grabbed Sarah's hand on the way inside. He's been preoccupied most of this season dealing with major family drama, most of which centers around his angsty daughter Ruby, who is giving Sydney serious competition for worst child on .
She kissed Gordon in the next episode and sent Mike packing, but in retrospect, this one may have been worth a longer look. Hank Rizzoli (Ray Romano): Since Hank seems to be Sarah's chosen person, technically he should be No. And although he's embraced his Asperger's diagnosis, it can still put a strain on his relationship with Sarah, like when he told her that he saw Amber crying and didn't think to ask Amber why.
On the other side of the spectrum, Hank has always gone above and beyond for Sarah, even during the long period when they weren't in a relationship.
(Remember when he convinced her to focus on her work and forgo the trip to Africa or when he drove Amber all the way down to San Diego to see an injured Ryan? As long as Hank focuses a little more attention on Sarah once his family issues settle down, he's a pretty good catch. Mark Cyr (Jason Ritter): As much as this reporter is and has always been #Team Hank (blame the wonderful ), it's pretty hard to find fault with Mark Cyr.
When she was an intern at T&S Footwear, Gordon specifically choose her to accompany him to a shoe convention, where she kicked butt, which gave her a much-needed, confidence boost.
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When Joel leaves, the children complain that they are sick and need to call their father.
In Season 1, he risked his job as a teacher by dating the parent of a student.
In Season 3, he gave Sarah her space so she could help Seth as he pieced his life back together.